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Wonderful, knowledgeable driver. Excellent choices for places to stop. Delicious lunch. Comfortable coach. Highly recommend this tour.
Beautiful countryside and great wineries. Each of the wineries visited have their own unique was of delivering their tastings which gave them all personality. Michael, the driver, was also very knowledgable and funny, providing information on the various areas we visited. I recommend the tour, if not just because you get to taste some of SA's best wines.
Fantastic! A great group. Tour guide was very informative about the Barossa Valley. A must go taste and see!
Had a great time on the tour. The small group of 8 was perfect. Much better than a larger group. We loved the small less well known wineries. Loved the food matching at Murray street wines, the antipasto platter style lunch was perfect for the day too.
My friend and I had a fantastic day out on the tour. Rick the driver and guide was a wonderful source of information. We met some great people along the way and I saw part of the country I hadn't seen before. Definitely a trip worth doing!
Great Day, Very knowledgeable driver, good wineries, excellent lunch.
All over a great day
Great day. Disappointing not to get to Maggie Beer. Took two hours to get to first winery with all the hotel pick ups and other small delays. Otherwise fantastic day. Bus driver was informative and learnt a lot. Plenty of wines to taste. Fresh food for lunch. Easy to order wines and cheap to get delivered home. Highly recommend.
i have already replied to your survey. stated that there should be more food as it is meant to be a food and wine tour. everything else was top class. but felt let down with the food as customers are drinking wine about 5 wineries from memory and not much other than a nice luncheon which was not suitable for chinese as it was antipaste.
It was a good day with a very knowledgeable guide. The lunch was in a dreadful closed off area with no windows and a great pity being closed up when there are such beautiful natural views aound the Barrossa.
Had a great time. However the time at Maggie Beer was not long enough. A shorter time at the last winery would allow for the extra time. Great guide and driver. Very informative and knew the area, able to provide any information asked. Would recommend to all.
I enjoyed this tour and found the commentary on the bus informative.Really appreciated and enjoyed the first 2 wineries particularly the first,Te Aro boutique winery in Williamstown.Warmly welcomed and seated at a long table,for morning tea then very informative chat about the family vineyard and the wines. Disappointed in the commercial Wolf Blass winery where we had a wine tasting and lunch as staff appeared disinterested in the group and rather tired. Also lunch very average selection of cold meats and salads served in a small windowless room! Would suggest leaving out this winery all together and concentrate on the smaller,friendlier cellar door wineries.Enjoyed meeting the 11 other people on the bus and we had a fun day and tasted some nice wines.
Tour guide, Peter, was outstanding for his knowledge and courtesy. Unfortunately, the website failed to inform that Maggie Beers farm experience was not available for tour groups during the school holidays (we were told as we boarded the bus). Being one of the reasons for choosing this trip for myself and two friends, it was very disappointing. Also, the tour headline, "Barossa Food and Wine Experience" was also misleading as the lunch at the sterile Wolfblass Winery was an unappetising Woolworths selection of deli meats and one tiny dinner roll, advertised as a gourmet 'Ploughmans Lunch'. It was disgusting. Adding to that was the airless, windowless, enclosed dining room with plastic furniture. The three other small wineries we visited were delightful and the scenic drive through the Barossa area was exceptionally pretty. Altogether, however, an over-priced/over-rated tour. Not recommended.